Last night's news from JPMorgan Chase
JPMorgan was the big loser on the day, falling 8% after its trading mishap. The bank's bets on indexes of credit-default swaps for more than 120 different North American companies apparently went bad, costing JPMorgan as much as $2 billion. Bank of America
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